Student Name: ___________ Student No.:______________
Note: Please us this form to submit your assessment item and add your answers/solution as indicated below.
This assessment item consists of 5 exercises, which are a collection of simple short essay answers. These are also listed below. Maximum achievable scores are 100 (i.e. each tutorial exercise is marked with 20 points) and the assessment contributes 20% to the final course assessment. I will mark content as well as presentation.
2. Due Date
Please see course specification for due date of this second assessment item.
The exercises to be assessed are listed below. These are exercises E6.1, E7.1, E8.1, E9.1 and E10.1 from Module 6 to Module 10. Only these need to be submitted for the formal assessment although each module may list several more exercises.
You are required to present each individual essay on a separate piece of paper with your name and student number listed at the top. Make sure that you clearly indicate module and tutorial exercise number, and submit your using electronic assignment submission system via course studydesk.
Please use where appropriate in text citations and references and use the Harvard Reference Guide, see http://www.usq.edu.au/library/referencing/harvard-agps-referencing-guide.
6. Special Note
Please refer to University regulations available online stating that plagiarism is a form of cheating and viewed as serious academic misconduct.
The assessment contributes 20 % to the total mark for the course.
8. Assessment Marking Form
|No||Maximum Score||Scores Awarded||Weighted Score||Key Problem/Comment|
Additional Markers Comments
General Marking Criteria
Short Answer Criteria (where applicable)
Overall presentation, layout (overall formatting) 25%
Expression, grammar, and spelling 25%
Flow, structure 25%
Content (depth/integration/understanding) 25%
Essay Answer Criteria (where applicable)
Overall presentation, layout (overall formatting) 10 %
Expression, grammar, and spelling 10 %
Flow, structure 30 %
Content (depth/integration/understanding) 40 %
Use and citation of references 5 %
Use and design of graphics 5 %
PowerPoint Presentation (where applicable)
Use of Graphics 33 %
Use of Text 33 %
Overall Layout 34 %